Probably the most famous and iconic picture of the cosmos made by the Hubble Space Telescope, and remastered & reinterpreted by me based on raw HST/NASA data.
Pillars of Creation is a photograph taken by the Hubble Space Telescope of elephant trunks of interstellar gas and dust in the Eagle Nebula, specifically the Serpens constellation, some 6,500–7,000 light years from Earth. They are named so because the gas and dust are in the process of creating new stars, while also being eroded by the light from nearby stars that have recently formed. Taken on April 1, 1995, it was named one of the top ten photographs from Hubble. The region was rephotographed by ESA’s Herschel Space Observatory in 2011, and again by the Hubble in 2014 with a newer camera, and this scientific data was used to create my remastered version of this legendary photo.
Remastered version ot the old iconic NASA masterpieces
The presented photograph was built on the raw data from the NASA mission. Using the latest technology based on Artificial Intelligence (neural networks and machine learning), I was able to remove the very large grain of the original images and reconstruct many details that were necessary to obtain high-quality large format Fine-Art prints (printed on Epson UltraChrome Pro12 using 12 colors and 2880 dpi). In addition, a new color was created to give a sense of how pictures were taken today.
Author: Adam Jesionkiewicz & HST